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One regular-sized cup a day is enough, made with anything from a quarter (1 gram) to half (2 grams) of a teaspoon of matcha powder. Play around and see what tastes/feels better to you.
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This is not a brand I’ve looked into but as a general guideline, I’d recommend picking an organic green tea.
I unfortunately haven’t been to the United States since I discovered matcha green tea so I can’t advise as to best brands. The one you’ve been using is organic and the one piece of purchasing advice I would give is do definitely go for organic to ensure best quality and highest purity. On doing a quick web search I see there appear to be quite a few US brands offering organic matcha powder. Happy sampling!
Thank you for sharing that – great to hear! I haven’t tried matcha that way but I’ve Googled this brand and it looks good to me! Enjoy 🙂
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